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Corey Stringer
Player Profile:
Corey Stringer 875995
Position: Catcher
Height: 6'1"
Weight: 202
Year: Junior
Hometown: Omaha, Neb.
High School: Skutt Catholic
Other College: Fort Scott CC

Honors & Awards
• One Letter (2013)

2014: Corey Stringer missed the 2014 season due to injury.

 Stringer saw time at catcher in 11 games, including four starts, during his first season at Nebraska in 2013  Ended the year with a .235 batting average (4-for-17), with a double and four RBIs  Was HBP against Michigan on May18, went on to steal his first career base at Nebraska • Saw time as a defensive replacement at Purdue on April 21 • Made his first start at catcher on March 20 at No. 8 Cal St. Fullerton • Went 3-for-4 with four RBIs in his first game at Hawks Field on March 6 against Northern Colorado • Made his Husker debut at No. 22 Cal St. Fullerton off the bench on Feb. 16 • Registered his first career hit in his first career at bat in the 8th against the Titans.

Before Nebraska: Stringer transferred to Nebraska after two seasons at Fort Scott CC • Graduated from Skutt Catholic High School in Omaha, Neb., where he was a 2009 underclass honorable-mention All-American by Perfect Game USA and was a 2010 Central Region honorable-mention pick • Hit .276 as a sophomore in 2012 with 34 hits, including six doubles, in 43 games • Added six steals in eight attempts • Tied for the team lead in batting average as a freshman at Fort Scott with a .394 average • Was one of the Greyhounds' top threats at the plate with 13 doubles, one triple, one home run and 47 RBIs • Was nearly perfect on the base paths with 10 steals in 11 attempts, while also cutting down 20-49 (.592) opposing runners • Earned second-team All-Nebraska honors as a designated hitter and first-team Class B accolades as a catcher from the Omaha World-Herald as a senior in 2010 at Skutt • Led Class B during the 2010 season in batting average (.488), doubles (12) and RBIs (47), while also ranking second in hits (41) and triples (6) • Led the Skyhawks to the No. 1 seed at the 2010 Class B state tournament with a 17-7 record, but fell to Omaha Gross in the title game • Chose Nebraska over Texas-San Antonio, Florida Atlantic and Northern Illinois.

Born on March 30, 1992 in Collingswood, N.J. • Parents are Mike and Jennifer Stringer • Has two brothers, Jake and Brian • Majoring in biological sciences.

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